1932-1934 Ford Outside Door Handle Kit
4.60" Overall Width, 6.63" Overall Length, 2.38" Mounted Length, 2.00" Base Width, Chrome
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Replace those worn out, beat down, and rusty old Ford door handles today! We packed together a set of our slick chrome 1932-34 Ford Outside Door Handles and mounting pads for a one-click solution to an updated exterior from Speedway Motors!
- (1) Speedway 1932-1934 Ford Outside Door Handle
- (1) Speedway 1928-34 Ford Closed Car Outside Door Handle Pads
Speedway 1932-1934 Ford Outside Door Handle
One pair of die-cast chrome plated exterior locking door handles. Both handles have lock cylinders. Fits 1932 3 window Ford coupes and 1933-34 passenger cars. Comes with 2 keys.
- Chrome plated, die-cast
- '32 3-Window and '33-'34 passenger car
- Sold as a pair
- Both handles lock
- Two Keys
- Overall Width: 4.60"
- Overall Length: 6.63"
- Mounted Length: 2.38"
- Base Width: 2.00"
- Base Height: 1.25"
- Center to Center: 1.40"
- Shank Length: 3.88"
Speedway 1928-34 Ford Closed Car Outside Door Handle Pads
These exterior door handle pad gaskets are for 1928-31 Model A and 1932-34 Ford closed car door handles. They are made from strong rubber material and fit between the door and the door handle base to protect your door as well as securing a tight seal.
- Inside Diameter: .6875"
- Center to Center: 1.38"
- Material Type: Rubber
- Sold in Quantity: Pair
- Notes: For '28-'34 closed cars
Tech Tip: Slight modification to this gasket is required if using with a 30/31 Model A handle. A cut will need to be made where the 2 notches at the base of the handle are located.
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What's In The Kit
1928-34 Ford Closed Car Outside Door Handle PadsPart # 751B702356BSQty x 1
1932-1934 Ford Outside Door Handle, 1932 3-Window 1933-1934 Ford CarPart # 91132334Qty x 1
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